RARE collection of brief excerpts from the writings of French philosophers, historians, and politicians about the Jews, mostly from the 19th-early 20th centuries. The introduction argues that although these writers were affected by antisemitic prejudice, the gist of their writing is sympathetic toward the Jews. 18x12.5cm. 635 pages. Softcover. Cover yellowing and age-stained. Cover edges slightly worn. Spine taped. Spine partly detached from binding. Pages age-stained and yellowing. In good reading condition.